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And now comes Mr. Murry Maxwell in his own behalf and says to the people that he wants to serve them in the capacity of Sheriff for the next four years beginning January 1912. Mr. Maxwell perhaps the best known man in the county, and perhaps he knows more peo ple of the County than any other man within tire County. Mr. Maxwell’s friends feel that he should be elected for the period expressed and he would feel very proud and greatly grat ified to discharge the duties of the office. Mr. Maxwell is too well known to you all for us to say anything to add to or detract from his standing popularity in the community and connty in which he lives and his record for efficiency as a public officer —it is an open book. Mr. Maxwell was born and reared in Oktibbeha County where every interest is that re lates to his personal affairs. He thanks the people for their past honors and wishes to as sure with thanks in advance that he will very much appreciate the careful consideration of the peo ple of the County. No man will feel more grateful for your sup port than Mr, Maxwell. Don’t forget the Vardaman speaking at Sturgis, and Stark ville, on Murch 24, and 25. This will give the majority of the people of the County an oppor tunity of hearing the Senatorial Candidate discuss the issues of his campaign. Lay aside your prejudice and come out and hear him. Then use your unbiased judgment of the man and his fitness for the office, and vote accordingly. Too many are prone to base their views and actions on the tales that are set afloat by the “Campaign Liar,” instead of using their own bet ter judgment in such matters. At least be generous enough to hear both sides of the question. K. & L. of H. Banquet. The Knights and Ladies of Honor, which is one of the strongest and most popular Lodges in this place, were the hosts of a splendid banquet on Wednesday evening and enter ained handsomely and fed sump tuously a throng of about four hundred people, many of whom were distinguished guests from sister lodges, and the highest officials of the State and Grand Lodges. Among those who were present were: Hon. S. B. Watts Su preme Secretary" of the Lodge, of Indianapolis; Hon. J. J. Car ter, of French Camp, Grand State Protector; Dr. W . G Sykes, Past Grand Pcotector, and quite a favorite in our lodge, as well as throughout the com munity. Protector Boone and Mrs.' Kemp of Columbus Lodge, The exercises were held in the Opera Hall, and proved most fit ting and enjoyable. The pro gram was as follows: Solo, by Robert Rives; Intro ductory address, by Protector T. J. Wood; vocal solo, by Prof. MaGill; instrumental music, Miss Adelle Rives; address Hon. S. B. Watts,S. S; Solo, Miss McDade; address by Hon. J. J. Carter, Grand Protector of the State; Solo, Mrs. Kleban. Closing re marks and Announcement of sup per, by Protector. The audience now left the Opera Hall for the Saunders Hail, where more than three hundred gathered round the fes- COME -——TO-—— Sturgis, Friday 24th. —AND- Starkville, 25th. Hon.J. K.Vardaman Will address the voters ot Oktibbe ha County in behalt of his candida cy for U. S. Senate of Mississippi. It is the intention of Mr. Varda nian’s friends to organize a Voters Club on that day at the close of the speaking, and it is desired that as many of his friends throughout the county as can, will be present. Club lists will be circulated in every community in county between now and then. Don’t fail to join this Club whether you attend the speaking or not. Everybody Invited to Come The Ladies are Especially Inyited. I ffßahe the jparm ffftorc Attractive* | w Tou can d.o tlris in- H ‘sta-lliang: a- Teleplroue.-STou i| || can rua,ls:e tire su-rrovLancl- ;g || lug's on farru just a,s i| || a-ttrectiTre to 37’ou.r sous ;j| || and da.ug'lrters a,s if is || were liwirxg in tire Irestrt || S of a, "big: cit3T. Our errcellout i| || service and attractive i| luue” rates are not to Toe compared ■vwxtlr is tire Toeuefit d-eriwed.. i| Oall tire rrrarrag'er. i | CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE I AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY. M INCORPORATED. INCORPORATED. smmmmmmssmmmgmmsssmsmms tive board and partook heartily of salads, pickles, oysters, cake, etc., all leaving with a beaming face which bespoke their satis faction at being there, while all guests were profuse in their pro clamations of gratitude to the order and its members. Mr. S. P. McManus, an old Confederate Veteran, of Long view, was a town visitor Tues day. Messrs Vaughn and Rand, of the A. &M. Senior Class, left Sunday afternoon for Atlanta, Ga., to attend the Commercial Congress. A bevy of pretty “girls in blue” came over from Columbus Friday afternoon and were guests of relatives and friends on the College Campus. NEWS sl. A YEAR, TAKE IT. HE SOUTHERN RURAUS ATLANTA, GEORGIA f- ■ -'■■■■ ■ ■ ~ - "•'< Is without doubt the Our Livt stuck SpiViii t most n: ost month, 24 times each tool koctmi' :: year; contains 24 to * V * iT;r. ; 40 pages, and covers -''.i-Kv j every department of the farm and home. It is worth much more *:&:*■ '“:: v V 'l lh ? n th , e subscription 'smg *k ''V kA-C-.s*- -..A price ot 50c per year. .*: 7 ' .' The editors are all practical farmers and #> i Atiow w/?<// //icy arc £pfo 7 : : J i3,. ■ writing about. T<l —k- , ■ The first issue of Jfw* m ||f J|L each month is a Prize Special, worth a year’s **plnßSK? Farmers 4re Doing* * p 'vT * letters, printed in the . - mid-month issue, are .; . > of great practical val *■*.% -* : ♦' -' + f,• *v r'rr/V.''. we. 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